If aches and pains are a part of your daily life, you may want to look into your seating arrangement at work, especially if you sit in one place for long periods like in an office setting.
These days, more and more people are complaining about aches and pains more than ever before and it’s thought to be caused by all that sitting and typing many of is do all day long. Wrists, necks, backs and hips are taking a beating! Thankfully, there are some solutions to prevent these pains to begin with and to help you be more comfortable at work.
The first thing you should invest in is an ergonomic chair. This is something your employer may take care of at work if you make a request but you should also ensure that your desk at home is ergonomically sound.
An ergonomic work space will incorporate several things together for optimal comfort. Your keyboard height, mouse position and chair and desk height will all be taken into account.